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what kinds of flowers are these? help?!

hi.  im doing baby's breath bouquets for my bridesmaids, and im thinking about doing a full flower bouquet for me, something in white.  my colors are red and aqua, but theyre more like accents than a theme that im going with.  our theme is rustic-ey/country chic/LAID BACK!!  anyways, back to my question.  i found these pictures on SMP and im thinking this bouquet would go well-ish with the BB BM bouquets.  first off, do you agree, if not, any things in particular you would change?  second off, what kinds of flowers are in here?  i dont know any of them (except, of course, for the babys breath haha).  also, im not sure if i like the ones that are sticking up.  not sure what they are, but thats just a personal preference.  if you think theyd make the bouquet, then i wouldnt mind having them.



heres where i found ther pictures : http://www.stylemepretty.com/gallery/picture/469948
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Re: what kinds of flowers are these? help?!

  • I did a google image search and found this info:  The flowers were a romantic mix of honeymoon tulips, ranunculus, chrysanthemums, baby’s breath, Veronica caya, hydrangeas and feathers for added interest.
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    [QUOTE]I did a google image search and found this info:  The flowers were a romantic mix of honeymoon tulips, ranunculus, chrysanthemums, baby’s breath, Veronica caya, hydrangeas and feathers for added interest.
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    <div>awesome.  thank you so much!  any opinions about whether you think theyd look good with the babys breath bouquets?  also, i like peonies, but not too many, so i think id add 1 or 2 in there.  thoughts?</div>
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  • Maggie0829Maggie0829 Ravens & Bohs & Crabs & O's member
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    If your ticker is right then getting peonies in early September will be pretty much impossible.  Peonies are only available for a short time in early-mid spring.  Just an FYI.

  • egm900egm900 member
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    Usually a florist can get out of season flowers from another source, usually a different country, so they cost more, however, there are certain times of year that some flowers are not available, even if you're willing to pay more for them.  I wanted peonies, but I'm a September 2012 bride, and my wedding is during the 2 weeks of the year my florist cannot get them, so definitely check with your florist before you get your heart set on something.
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